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... in hand ready for a gorgeous sunrise at 6.09 and wasn't disappointed. Beautiful. We organised to get Greg's singlets washed and pressed. We had breakfast, I went down to Guest Relations to get another Seapass Card - my third so far, then met up again at 9.40 to go and see Mary Poppins that Mum had never seen. It was fantastic again, just love that movie. It finished at 12.30, so we had lunch, then went down to Guest Relations again to drop off our Disembarkation Details and ...
... visitation & perhaps a bit of shopping
- Marlay Point until after MPONR start
- Travel back to home in Melbourne. Arrival expected to be about 11pm
- Load a few last minute items from van into Prado
- Heading West.
In practice, the plan was basically ok, had tea with Sale ...
... antibiotics and she is on the mend and cinderella will make it to the ball or rather the Great Barrier Reef we hope.
The Daintree is magnificent with superb trees waterways and beaches.We were lucky enough to stay at Lync Haven CP well into the National Park and particularly lucky to see our first elusive Cassowary after at least a week of trying to spot the large feathered bird. We began to think it was a ploy by the tourist board to keep us there as long as ...
... our own sled of huskies, leash the dogs, drive the sled, and play with them afterwards. What amazing animals. Our ride took us off across the spectacular, seemingly uncharted tundra of the Arctic.
2. Mount Titlis (from Lucerne, Switzerland)
Well we couldn't have wanted a better day to explore this mountain. Crisp, clear blue ...
... rising and flying to Singapore. It was now well and truly December 30 and our first day of 28 away in Yangon had started. A passage from Archie's diary. "Opa dropped mum, dad, Saskia and me to tullamarine airport at 10pm for our 1:05am flight to Singapore. We lined up for lots of things. We lined up for our tickets. Then we lined up for customs, where they checked our passports and looked extra long at my dads. We had our belongs scanned, and my mum was checked with a ...